Canadian atlas of bird banding. Volume 2, Seabirds, 1921-1995 /: CW69-20/2-2-2008E-PDF
Summarizes, for the first time, bird-banding results for Canada, including data on birds banded in Canada and those banded elsewhere but encountered in Canada. Although limited in geographic scope, the data depict movement patterns that are typical for North America as a whole. The current volume deals with seabirds (albatrosses, petrels, gannets, cormorants, pelicans, jaegers, gulls, terns, and auks).
|Department/Agency||Environment Canada. Canadian Wildlife Service.|
|Title||Canadian atlas of bird banding. Volume 2, Seabirds, 1921-1995 /|
|Series Title||Special publication (Canadian Wildlife Service)|
|Publication Type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Electronic Document|| |
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|Number of Pages||194p.|
|Subject Terms||Aquatic birds|
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